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Second Sermon Talks About My Street Life Against My Mother’s Will- Black Sheriff Reveals

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Second Sermon Talks About My Street Life Against My Mother's Will- Black Sheriff Reveals


New sensational Hiplife/ Hip Hop rapper and singer Kweku Frimpong popularly known in Showbiz as Black Sheriff (Blacko) has revealed the inspiration behind his hit single ‘Second Sermon’.

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Black Sherif released the ‘Second Sermon’ song couple of days ago as a continuation of his ‘First Sermon’ song and is now the most current hit song in the Ghanaian media space and on the various streaming platforms.

In an exclusive interview on Kumasi-based radio station Pure FM on the ‘Pure Drive’ show hosted by Koo Sebor, the Konongo rapper revealed that his ‘Second Sermon’ song talks about the life he chose to live on the street against the advice from her mother.

He stated that the song talks about how he left home to make a name for himself on the street and the personal hardship he has been through in making that decision. He revealed that he’s from a comfortable home where he could have gotten everything he needs but decided to live on the street and not depend on his family’s fortune.

The ‘Money’ hitmaker said his mother opted against his decision to leave the house of which he was comfortable, to live the street life he’s living today.

Blacko also revealed that the inspiration for the song if you listen carefully talks about the struggle an average boy living on the streets with no hope or help from anyone goes through in the country.

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SOURCE: GhGossip.com



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